GeForce Game Ready Driver 528.02 adds 4070 Ti support, DLSS 3 optimization for more games

NVIDIA has released the latest GeForce Game Ready Driver (528.02 WHQL) and this will be a must-download if you’ve got a nifty GeForce RTX 4070 Ti graphics card (check out Wccftech’s full review of the new GPU here). The new driver also lets you get the best out of DLSS 3 when playing Conqueror’s Blade and Dakar Desert Rally, both of which add support for the upgrade technology this month.

Here are the new features included in Game Ready Driver 528.02:

  • gaming technology – The GeForce RTX 4070 Ti will max out your display to 1440p, delivering over 120 frames per second in modern games. Today, this new ultra-fast graphics card hits the shelves – to unleash its full potential, you’ll need the new Game Ready Driver.
  • Ready game – New Game Ready Driver delivers the best 0-day gaming experience for the latest new NVIDIA DLSS 3-enabled games including Conqueror’s Blade and Dakar Desert Rally.
  • Applications The January NVIDIA Studio Driver provides optimal support for the latest applications and new creative updates announced at CES including the new Eye Contact feature for NVIDIA Broadcast and countless new functions for NVIDIA Omniverse. In addition, this NVIDIA Studio Driver also brings support for the new GeForce RTX 4070 Ti.

Of course, as usual, the update includes a variety of fixes…

  • Portal RTX gets stuck while changing resolution/mode and GFE recording [3894168]
  • DirectX 12 – Shadowplay recordings may appear overdone when using HDR is enabled from the Windows display settings. [200742937]
  • AVS4You monochrome video preview [3890225]
  • Players are reporting black/gray screens in Outer Wilds with driver 522.25 [3841593]
  • Lumion Pro 12.3 – Severe corruption was observed in the application window [3784371]
  • Fixed a brightness issue on some laptops [3765244]

GeForce Game Ready Driver 528.02 should be available for download now. Failing that, you can always download the update manually here.

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